Grand Gulch: First Encounters and Lasting Impressions
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R.E. Burrillo hails from New York and, as an archaeologist, has an intense interest in the cultures of the Southwest. One of those cultures that he is particularly drawn to is that of the Ancestral Puebloans or Anasazi. In this personal essay, he describes how Grand Gulch helped launch his career and his struggle with the question of how to preserve fragile cultural heritage materials.